Practice Exam - INDV 102 Spring 2008 Module I midterm...

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INDV 102 Name: Spring 2008 Module I midterm T.A. and Version 1 and section number: (Make sure to carefully read every question before you answer. Good luck!) Please classify the following occupations as being either: A) primary B) secondary C) tertiary D) quaternary E) quinary (Note: you can use one more than once) 1. ___ The president of Suriname, a small country in South America 2. ___ A cattle rancher (someone who raises livestock) 3. ___ A mariculturalist (someone who practices mariculture) 4. ___ “Wolf,” a star on the television show American Gladiators 5. ___ A trucker Multiple choice : choose the most accurate answer from the list of responses. 6. According to your textbook and lecture, an area that has specific boundaries and is constituted by one or a limited number or cultural or physical attributes is: 7. According to lecture, which of the following is NOT true regarding maps? 1
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8. According to your textbook, ubiquitous industries generally: 9. According to lecture, which of the following was NOT a drawback (i.e., a negative consequence) of the Green Revolution? A. Environmental problems created by increasing use of pesticides. B. Many small farmers were unable to afford the new technologies. C. Increased production of foodstuffs for hungry people around the world. D. Financial dependencies that were created, such as requiring certain fertilizers for different genetically modified seeds. E. None of the above – all were drawbacks of the Green Revolution.
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